Land of wild beauty, Jurassic coastline and festival fun
Roam through mystical moorlands in search of flora, fauna and prehistoric sites, relax on award-winning beaches, hit the waves for a spot of surfing, and celebrate the county’s heritage, music, art and food at its many festivals.Book your break
Places to visit
Dartmoor National Park
Here you will encounter mystery, folklore and plenty of wildlife. Particularly known for its wild, open moorland landscapes, the National Park has inspired artists and writers for centuries. Guided tours immerse you in the history and mysteries of ancient Britain.
River Dart Country Park
The 90-acre River Dart Country Park is one of Devon’s most popular attractions, offering fun for the whole family. You can bike in the freeride area, challenge yourself on the low ropes course, have fun in the adventure playground and much more.
Torquay boasts sandy beaches, a busy harbour, a traditional pier, and a bay of warm, shallow water that’s perfect for watersports. The town is also the ideal base from which to explore the stretch of coastline known as the ‘English Riviera’.
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